We’ve all been in a situation where we’ve had to wait for something. We’ve all been in a situation where we had to wait for something or someone to do something. It’s been us waiting for someone to clean up our bathroom, or the person to clean out the garage.
Weve all been waiting for something. Weve all been waiting for something.
You can’t be a zombie. You have to live in this.
And so on. Weve all been waiting for something. Weve all been waiting for something.You cant be a wimp. You have to live in this.
When it comes to waiting for something, there will always be something that we’re waiting for in our lives. For some of us, it’s the person to clean our bathroom, for others it’s the person to clean out the garage. It could be the person to come and fix our computer, or the person to come and fix our car. It could be the person to come and fix our house.
To be honest, I don’t know if youve been waiting for something. I mean Ive been in the shower for a while, but then I got turned on to the shower and the water went cold. I guess it would be the person to come and fix things like that.
I think for some people, like me, the fact that they have to wait for someone to come and fix things is a sign that they’re not on the same page as you. Or that they need to make sure that you’re on the same page as them. Or that they’ve lost the will to fix things themselves. Or that you’ve made them an offer they cant refuse.
I think that for some people, especially those who are on the verge of suicide, being on the verge of suicide seems like a sign that youve lost the will to fix things yourself. That youve either given up on life altogether or youve lost the ability to keep your loved ones safe.
It would seem so, but I think a lot of people who are on the verge of suicide are really just trying to get away from their loved ones. I think this is because the suicide ideation is usually a defense mechanism to avoid facing the reality that life is not worth living (I know this because I have had three or four of these myself).
People who are contemplating suicide can often appear desperate and withdrawn. They are very self-aware and know their choices, so why not go for it? The problem is that many people who are suicidal seem to be in denial of their own situation. For example, when I first came to the UK and I was living in the US I thought that I was the only person to have tried suicide. I got suicidal thoughts every day for weeks on end. I felt so alone and so utterly hopeless.